Client Wins Repo Deficiency Lawsuit Filed by Ally Financial» Print This Page
- March 9, 2016
Ally Financial sued our client for a vehicle he had purchased from Orlando Dodge. The vehicle was later repossessed, and sold by Ally Financial at an auction. Ally Financial then sued our client for a deficiency, claiming that it was entitled to the balance due after the auction. This is known as a “repo deficiency lawsuit”.
Initially, our client tried to fight this by himself. However, he soon realized he needed an attorney with significant experience in defending against debt collection lawsuits and especially repo deficiency lawsuits. When he retained Taras Rudnitsky and the Rudnitsky Law Firm, we quickly used our experience with a repo deficiency lawsuit and auto fraud issues to identify and assert numerous defenses to the Ally Financial repo deficiency lawsuit. We took the deposition of Ally Financial, which proved many of our defenses. We then filed a motion with the Court explaining why our client was entitled to win the lawsuit. The Court granted a final judgment in our client’s favor. Not only did our client not have to pay anything to Ally Financial, he actually recovered money from them!
If you have been sued in a repo deficiency lawsuit, or any other type of debt collection lawsuit, you may have defenses available to you. You are welcome to contact us for a free consultation to see if we can help you. For many years, Taras Rudnitsky was an automotive engineer and automotive expert witness in cases throughout the country. For the past 17 years, the Rudnitsky Law Firm has aggressively represented consumers ripped off by car dealers and finance companies. Taras has also successfully represented hundreds of consumers sued in debt collection lawsuits, including repo deficiency lawsuits. He also lectures to other attorneys throughout the country in how to defend a repo deficiency lawsuit. Put our experience to work for you. Call us today at 407-333-0001.Share This